Reina Miura faces Thai newcomer at Deep-Jewels 26
Four more fights have been released for Deep-Jewels 26 which is set for the Korakuen Hall on October 22nd. The headliner pits seasoned Japanese fighter Reina Miura against Thai novice Titapa Junsookplung.
Miura (11-3) has been with Deep-Jewels since 2016 winning eight fights out of eight for the promotion. The 23 year old is coming off a decision loss to Stephanie Egger at Rizin 17 but will be a big favourite here.
Junsookplung does not appear to have any MMA experience whatsoever going into this 63kgs catchweight contest. However she does have a background in judo and has competed at some international events.
The card will also feature Thailand’s Kaewjai Prachumwong (0-3) who lost to Rin Nakai at Deep-Jewels 24. She will be looking to score the first win of her entire career when she faces Japanese flyweight Yukari Nabe (6-3-1).
As previously announced Deep-Jewels 26 will be headlined by an atomweight title fight between champion Tomo Maesawa and challenger Emi Tomimatsu.